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Date Created: 12/08/15
HLTH 2000 Final Exam Study Guide The nal exam will cover mostly the chapters we have discussed since the midterm includes chapters 9 10 11 14 15 some of 16 and the future of public health However anything that was discussed throughout the semester is fair game for the nal Here are some things to look at Elders Aged aging gerontology geriatrics De nitions of the elderly young old etc Ageism Aging myths Factors affecting population size Dependency size labor force ratio encore careers Housing economic status living and marital arrangements Leading causes of mortality and morbidity Health behaviors and problems Racial and Ethnic Health De nitions race ethnicity majorityminority groups refugees alien unauthorized immigrant immigration Minority health health disparities Infant mortality among races leading causes of death Deaths from cancer among different races Rates of cardiovascular disease HIVAIDS and diabetes among races Mental Health Mental health mental illness mental disorders major depression cultural competence Fight or ight reaction General Adaptation Syndrome and Diseases of Adaptation Environmental Point and nonpoint source pollution List of environmental hazards radiation lead etc 0 Indoor Air Pollutants Global warming and ozone depletion caused by 0 Clean Air Criteria air pollutants Clean water legislation Clean Water Act lakes and rivers must be shable and swimmable Clean Harbors Act keeps lakes rivers free from debris Safe Drinking Water Act sets standards for drinking water 0 Greenhouse emissions 0 Role of government in environmental health why do they have a say Who is in charge 0 Waste holiday waste and best methods for waste reduction and disposal 0 Three R s of waste reduction Hazards of coal ash Injuries 0 Leading injuries unintentional vs intentional Leading causes of injuries 0 Behaviors that lead to injuries 0 Occupational injuries 0 Types of prevention Future of Public Health Achievements made by public health in the last century 0 Threats for today Challenges of the future
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